Then I unhooked the battery to allow the internal computer to reset and still nothing. The 2009 models have an extended warranty on the same exact part. I'm hoping it works for you because then we can chalk up another save thanks to this forum lols. Scott McCracken is a writer and analyst for. Thank you in advance duncho wrote:Thanks Qashqai for sharing your pain with noise coming from a steering. At the point of the phone call I was extremely angry because this was one of many other problems I have had with this car, needs a third trans, sunroof broken constant replacement of rear brakes ect. I am 100% sure it is coming inside the electric steering wheel assembly.
Just as if timed by Nissan, the warranty expired last year and the parts and labor as stated are ridiculous at the dealership. I posted on Nissans facebook the other day and they asked me to private message them my information, so I did. Well they responded to me today stating that my case was under review and I would hear from a different agent within 24-48 business hours and gave me a number to call 7A-7P M-F to speak with someone about my case. Well they responded to me today stating that my case was under review and I would hear from a different agent within 24-48 business hours and gave me a number to call 7A-7P M-F to speak with someone about my case. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa. You know, I think I was being a little grumpy yesterday.
It is fitted to the steering column usually below the steering wheel. I am fed up with the noises coming from everywhere. I don't have many sounds coming from too many places. My car did the same exact thing yesterday. But I may be wrong. In the parking lot, when the engine is running and I shake the steering wheel vigorously from left to right, from right to left, I can replicate the knocking noise.
They will pretty much run you around in circles,tell you this and that but in the end you will have to collect like cases and prove its a issue with massive proof they will hide all repairs they have completed under warranty or costs to owners. Any info is greatly appreciated! You may want to pack a lunch,several because they rather waste billions in attorney fees then fix them freely. After having two rear ended accidents , one of the exhaust brackets was bent and hitting the car. It is coming just behind the airbag. Anyway, long story short, my steering is not really making any clunking, but when I turn the wheel, I feel and hear slight electric-y notches. The ignition switch or warning switch can be replaced without removing the steering lock assembly. Its a good enough effort on Nissans part, but I just wish it were a little more durable and hitting a big bump didn't make me feel like the car was going to break, that is my biggest gripe.
That's how it's done on the 370Z. I set up an appointment with the service next week. They couldn't find the problem. The piece in question that was the problem. Sad but this is what people we elect into office do , waste millions in elections and people think they will spend tax payers money honestly once elected.
They had no clue, just keep replacing parts and hope it solves the problem. However, their theory is the bad tie rod end transfers the noise up to the steering wheel. Nissan Parts Deal has you covered no matter what type of Nissan vehicle you drive. I must say that the noise which is on your video is coming from the Power Steering box and that is normal behavior of it. I should be happy, because the noise is gone.
It is sometimes referred to as. I will know everything by tomorrow and will keep you guys updated!. I am not planning to go there again, describe the symptoms as if it is hard to replicate , wait for hours and return with nothing changed. I may get an alignment check done eventually if it gets notably worse, but I am wondering if its just my perception yet. They bolted onto the back of the steering rack right behind the firewall. Now, I'm pretty sure the fuse I need to pull is the 10A which is the first red fuse on the bottom left of the box, right? The bolts may also be removed with a hammer and chisel by notching the bolts and tapping them counterclockwise with the hammer and chisel.
Awesome, I am excited to work on this. The car had to be towed back to the dealer again, this time they told me that the steering lock set unit went bad again and they had to replace it one more time. Our Nissan parts and accessories are expedited directly from authorized Nissan dealers strategically located all across the U. Ok, so from what I read. So today my wife informed me that we have this issue on our car. Update: no down time one day , another dealer had Rev D in stock so car was out of shop the next day. I posted on Nissans facebook the other day and they asked me to private message them my information, so I did.
Nissan says letters are going out to owners throughout March and April 2017, but Altima and Maxima owners who have questions should call Nissan at 800-647-7261, or visit. The 2008 model which is known to use the same parts does not. I just has the whole front end including all steering linkages checked, and the dealer reported everything looked great so I'm not too worried about it, but it is annoying. I have a sickness lol. I have to wait three hours for that simple procedure.